In Hebrew the number eight is hnm# (Sh'moneh), from the root Nm# (Shah'meyn), "to make fat," "cover with fat," "to super-abound." As a participle it means "one who abounds in strength," etc. As a noun it is "superabundant fertility," "oil," etc. So that as a numeral it is the superabundant number. As seven was so called because the seventh day was the day of completion and rest, so eight, as the eighth day, was over and above this perfect completion, and was indeed the firstof a new series, as well as being the eighth. We consider the connection between 8 and 7 in another section.
Eight BY ITSELF
It is 7 plus 1. Hence it is the number specially associated with Resurrection and Regeneration, and the beginning of a new era or order.
When the whole earth was covered with the flood, it was Noah "the eighth person" (2 Peter 2:5) who stepped out on to a new earth to commence a new order of things. "Eight souls" (1 Peter 3:20) passed through it with him to the new or regenerated world.
Hence, too, circumcision was to be performed on the eighth day (Gen 17:12), because it was the foreshadowing of the true circumcision of the heart, that which was to be "made without hands," even "the putting off of the body of the sins of the flesh by the circumcision of Christ" (Col 2:11). This is connected with the new creation.
The first-born was to be given to Jehovah on the eighth day (Exo 22:29,30). But
is the great truth which is signified. Christ rose from the dead on "the first day of the week," that was of necessity the eighth day. And it is remarkable that The Bible contains the record of
Eight individual Resurrections
(other than the Lord and the saints):3 in the Old Testament
3 in the Gospels
2 in Acts 9 and 20
The three in the Old Testament correspond to the three raised by our Lord.
Zarepta (1 Kings 17:17-25) and
Nain (Luke 7:11-18).
Son of the woman of Shunem (2 Kings 4:32-37),
The daughter of Jarius (Mark 5:35; Luke 8:49).
In Elisha's tomb (2 Kings 13:20,21),
Lazarus (John 11).
THE FEAST OF TABERNACLES
lasted eight days, with a special reference to the Incarnation (John 1:14).
also took place on the eighth day (inclusive reckoning) after the first announcement of Christ's "sufferings," and it was the showing forth of the "glory" which should follow at His coming again.
THE FIRST CUBE
Eight is the first cubic number, the cube of two, 2 x 2 x 2. We have seen that three is the symbol of the first plane figure, and that four is the first square. So here, in the first cube, we see something of transcendent perfection indicated, something, the length and breadth and height of which are equal. This significance of the cube is seen in the fact that the "Holy of Holies," both in the Tabernacle and in the Temple, were cubes. In the Tabernacle it was a cube of 10 cubits. In the Temple it was a cube of 20 cubits. In Revelation 20 the New Jerusalem is to be a cube of 12,000 furlongs. Dr. Milo Mahan is inclined to believe that the Ark of Noah, too, had a kind of sacred Shechinah in "the window finished in a cubit above"-a cube of one. If so, we have the series of cubes:-
1 = The Ark 103 = 1,000, The Tabernacle 203 = 8,000, The Temple 12,0003 = 1,728,*000,000,000, the New Jerusalem* This 1728, too, is a remarkable number, viz., 82 x 33.
Eight SONGS IN THE OLD TESTAMENT
outside the Psalms:
THE MIRACLES OF ELIJAH
were eight in number, marking the Divine character of his mission:
THE MIRACLES OF ELISHA
were double in number, viz. Sixteen, for his request was, "Let a double portion of thy spirit be upon me," 2 Kings 2:9:
The use and significance of the number eight in Scripture is seen to recur in marvelous exactitude. It may indeed be said that
Eight IS THE DOMINICAL NUMBER,
for everywhere it has to do with the LORD. It is the number of His name, IHSOUS, Jesus:-I = 10 H = 8 S = 200 O = 70 U = 400 S = 200 888
It is the number stamped upon the Old Testament, the numbers of its books in all the MSS being 24 (3x8).
In the book which relates to His great Apocalypse or Revelation, there are in the introduction which sets forth the glory of the Lord, to be revealed in the day of the Lord, eightreferences to the Old Testament on which the claims of His Lordship are based.
THE Eight REFERENCES TO THE OLD TESTAMENT IN REVELATION 1
It will be noted, moreover, that these are not given at haphazard. Our attention is called to their importance by the order in which they are given. They are arranged in the form of an epanodos, the first being from the same book as the eighth, the second corresponding in the same way to the seventh, the third to the sixth, and the fourth to the fifth. Thus the Divine seal of superabundant perfection is there set on the Scriptures which declare the Lordship of Jesus:A. 5. Isaiah 55:4. B. 7-. Daniel 7:13. C. -7. Zechariah 12:10. D. 8. Isaiah 41:4, 44:6, 48:12. D. 11. Isaiah 41:4, 44:6; 48:12.
C. 12. Zechariah 4:2.
B. 13-15. Daniel 7:9, 13, 22, 10:5, 6.
A. -16-. Isaiah 49:2.
OTHER DOMINICAL NAMES OF JESUS
are also marked by gematria and stamped with the number eight as a factor:
Octo-, meaning 'eight', giving us octopus, octant and octagon
It has no biblical significant meaning. In biblical numerology there may be one, however, I did not find any. Some will undoubtedly 'play' with this number and assign some human significance like divide 72 by 6 (number of man) and get 12 (number of new beginnings or organization); or divide 72 by 4 (number for trials and testing) and get 8 (number of perfect unity) and so forth.
Oxygen, O It has atomic number 8, meaning in its elementary form, it contains 8 Protons
The meaning of pH=8 is a basic solution.
pH=8 meaning is a slight basic solution.
meaning their number .
Isotopes of an element differ only in the number of neutrons. Oxygen has atomic number 8, meaning 8 protons. It has atomic mass 16, meaning 8 neutrons. In the O-19 isotope, the mass is now 19, meaning 11 neutrons (19 - 8).
She is number 8.
Number 8 is the number of new beginnings. For example, 7 days in a week - 8 begins a new week. There are 7 years of tribulation in Revelation then comes the 8th year - the new beginning.
that it has 8 protons (And therefore 8 electrons)
I dont know if this is the kind of answer you are looking for but many people believe the number 8 is lucky and can make your wishes come true
6 8 8, which is military has 5 and government has 3
As phrased, it is not biblical. Not exactly sure which verse you're referring to, but here are two possibilities:(Romans 8:31-32) ". . .If God is for us, who can be against us?..."(Matthew 19:6) ". . .what God has joined together, let no one separate."
Oxygen has a proton number of 8, meaning that it has 8 electrons. The electronic structure of oxygen is 2.6 This means that the number of electrons in the second shell is 6.
An element's atomic number tells us its number of protons. Oxygen's atomic number is 8. Thus, it has 8 protons.
An atom's atomic number gives us its number of protons. Oxygen's atomic number is 8. Therefore, it has 8 protons.
(7 x 100) + (9 x 10) + 8.
In the US, an alien number refers to the alien registration number. It is an 8 or 9-digit number.
The Hittites were a tribe of Canaanites. The Israelites conquered the Hittites and moved onto there land. God had promised this land to the Israelites, (The Promised Land). Exodus 3:8
Any even number, meaning any number ending in 0, 2, 4, 6 or 8.
There are several thoughts for the number '8' especially in biblical numerology. One is that the number '7' represents 'perfection' while the number '1' represents 'unity.' Therefore adding 7+1=8 so the number 8 becomes 'perfect unity' which some believe is God's ultimate goal for mankind becoming sons and daughters in the God Family: Jesus in the Father and we in Jesus - 1 God Family.
The atomic number is also the same as the number of protons and electrons (because they are equal, meaning all atoms are neutral- no charge) for example Oxygen has an atomic number of 8 so it has 8 protons and 8 electrons
He chose that number so that all the fans out there who got tattoos of the number 8 wouldn't have a hard time changing it to another number. This way all they have to do is add another 8.